RSD’s All New Women’s Ginger Waxed Cotton Jacket

Without question, Roland Sands design is making its name with unique and quality motorcycle apparel. The latest offering recalls a classic era of riding.

Called the ‘RSD Ginger women’s jacket’, its touted as having a true utilitarian style with just the right amount of femininity.

What takes this jacket back to a classic time of riding is what it’s made of. The RSD Ginger women’s jacket is constructed of premium and authentic British Millerain waxed cotton that is water repellent and has a soft and supple feel, yet offers top-notch protection. The Ginger also has leather accents in the elbow area for increased abrasion resistance.

All this takes riders to time before leather was the go-to material for motorcycle jackets. However, keeping the RSD Ginger women’s jacket firmly in the present, reflective RSD trim details are included for enhanced visibility and safety.

The classic 3/4 length and adjustable waist allow this jacket to be versatile and comfortable. The Ginger has plenty of storage pockets for necessities.


Product Features:

  • British Millerain 10.5oz Waxed Cotton
  • Classic riding t with rotated, pre-curved sleeves, mid length, and relaxed collar opening
  • Genuine leather contrast detail
  • Zip front and cuffs
  • Plenty of storage pockets
  • Side adjustable waist tabs with metal buckle
  • Satin poly lining with custom RSD numbers heat emboss
  • Soft lined electronics security pocket
  • Stretch mesh cargo internal stuff pockets
  • Armor ready shoulder, elbow and back protector pockets

The RSD Ginger women’s jacket is available in Black, Ranger and Red, sizes S to 2XL at a MSRP of $500.

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